VIOLET BRUNTON

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Educated at the Liverpool School of Art, Violet Brunton studied woodcarving, miniature painting and book illustration, winning the County Palatine Scholarship and earning a place at the Royal College of Art in London. She was elected to the Royal Miniature Society. The Victoria & Albert Museum possesses an Ecclesiastical Bible (1927) and a collection of the world’s best fairy tales, Silver Magic (1929), which are both illustrated by the artist. The Arlington Gallery had an exhibition of her work in 1933.

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VIOLET BRUNTON RMS (1878-1951)
'I find more bitter than death.....'
This watercolour illustrates a verse from Ecclesiasticus (7:6): I find more bitter than death the woman who is a snare, whose heart is a t...
£380
Sarah Colegrave
VIOLET BRUNTON RMS (1878-1951)
The Gossips
Violet Brunton was born in Brighouse, Yorkshire and studied at Southport and the Liverpool School of Art, where she studied woodcarving, miniature ...
£650
Sarah Colegrave